U20 Women Team Unites Haitians And Creates Economic Opportunity
I’ve seldom seen such pride in losing, but Haitians found some optimism by the team’s performance and grit. All of Haiti’s matches felt like a home game with more than 1,000 Haitian fans from the Paris area driving four hours to support their team. A local Rara band provided the music as fans sang along. Continue reading
Fighting Against Trump’s Attack On Journalism & The Truth
Editor’s Note: Over the last year and a half, President Donald Trump has ridiculed and attacked the media industry, and undermined the irreplaceable service journalists offer to the public — facts and the truth, coupled with contextual analysis, so the public is truly an informed one, if they choose to be. Continue reading
Haitians in America
Haitians In America: Journalist Fosters Leadership For Young Women In Media
Fabiola Jean is used to being in front of the cameras. From red carpet interviews to behind the scenes interviews with movers and shakers in the Haitian community, the broadcast journalist is usually front and center. However, her latest endeavor, Propelled Media Mentorship Program, is putting young women looking to follow in her footsteps front and center. Continue reading
Unrequited Chapter 3, Does Everything Happen For A Reason?